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Making photographs

The time between Halloween and Christmas always seem to blow by so fast I hardly know what’s what. While I try to make at least one photo a day, which usually turns into getting the camera out 4-5 times a week – during this time of year I rarely get to it. There is so much going on that I forget to make time to do what I really love….that and the fact that the temperature drops and knitting seems to be my hobby of choice. Even last night, the temp dropped into the single digits and I found myself knitting on my mom’s scarf. But as I knit I was thinking about all the fun I had this spring, summer, and fall with my new camera, whom
I call Abby. This made me get out of my cozy spot and hop on the computer to look through photos I had made over the year. For one of our work blogs we have a feature called Wordless Wednesday where we post a photo without any text. I think I’ll start doing the same here on Rocky Coast Ramblings – post a photo every Wednesday. It may be a new photo or maybe not. Either way I know looking at these photos will help get me charged up to get the camera out again. You’ll probably start to notice most of my photos are nautical, garden, food, or floral in theme.

With that said, and yes I know its Thursday, here is a photo from the Maine Windjammer Parade this past summer. It is one of my events Rockland. To see a large group of the Maine windjammers sail into and around the harbor past the Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse is truly stunning. I imagine it’s what our working harbors looked like in the late 19th century.

Maine Windjammer Parade
Schooners sail past the Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse during the annual Maine Windjammer Parade

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